Squamish Terminals names Lowe

first_imgShe replaces Tom Rasmussen (president & ceo of Grieg Star Shipping) who has also been acting president and chair of the Squamish Terminals board since August 2014 when Ron Anderson retired.Joe Webber will remain vice president operations and on the Squamish Terminals’ board.Stegeman-Lowe joined Squamish Terminals in March 2008 as manager of business administration and was promoted to vice president administration in 2014.She becomes responsible for all aspects of the port’s operations and will concentrate on the commercial development of the terminal. www.sqterminals.comlast_img

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Industry’s Most Versatile 5 GHz Backhaul Radio with Twist-On Antennas for Variable Gain

first_imgMimosa Networks has launched the Mimosa C5x, the most versatile, integrated 5 GHz radio with four modular, twist-on antenna options. With best-in-class Front-to-Back (FTB) and Front-to-Side (FTS) ratios for superior noise immunity, and extended frequency operation from 4.9-6.4 GHz, the ultra-rugged C5x is disrupting the industry and sets new price/performance benchmarks for integrated wireless connectivity.The modular design of the C5x is a perfect fit for network operators, offering the ease and simplicity of an integrated radio coupled with antenna gain flexibility for streamlined installation and reduced inventory costs. The C5x is optimized for short- to mid-range links with a native 8 dBi gain that can be increased to 12, 16, 20 or 25 dBi using a set of modular twist-on antennas. With a disruptive price point (MSRP US$59), the C5x is designed for cost-effective point-to-multipoint (PTMP) deployments delivering up to 100BaseT of IP throughput out-of-the-box, and up to 500 Mbps when paired with a “C5x-PTMP” feature key upgrade (sold separately). A separate point-to-point (PTP) “C5x-PTP” feature key will upgrade the C5x to deliver up to 700 Mbps throughput for a PTP link.The flexibility of the C5x is an enormous benefit for network operators who typically deploy radios in unfamiliar environments. Service installers are often unaware of the detailed topography until they arrive at the install site, and as a result, they are required to carry a variety of radio and antenna options to successfully connect the devices. Now with the Mimosa C5x, a single radio combined with a selection of different antennas can be kept on-hand to ensure that installers are ready for any environment. The Mimosa Install App allows feature keys to be purchased in advance and redeemed onsite, giving operators even greater deployment flexibility.Based on Mimosa’s field-proven C5c software, the Mimosa C5x, like all Mimosa products, is engineered with extended frequency support and takes advantage of both 4.9 GHz public safety applications in the United States and unlicensed frequencies up to 6.4 GHz worldwide (where allowed by local regulations). In addition, the accompanying N5-X modular antennas are specifically optimized for C5x extended frequency support.Fabricated in rugged die-cast metal to excel in the harshest environments, the custom-engineered N5-X Cassegrain or horn antennas are optimized for gain across a broad spectrum range. Best-in-class noise isolation provides immunity from interference with breakthrough FTB and FTS performance, delivering 10bB improvement in the Signal-to-Interference-Plus-Noise Ratio (SINR). This feature translates into a 10X performance increase against competitive integrated radios.At just 17.5 centimeters in height and weighing only 370 grams, the C5x delivers with an incredibly sleek form factor, perfect for visually sensitive installations. And with a typical energy consumption of sub-10w, the C5x is ideal for solar-powered, battery back-up installations, where power and reliability are at a premium.The Mimosa C5x (MSRP US$59) and N5-X12 (US$19), N5-X16 (US$29), N5-X20 (US$39) and N5-X25 (US$59) antennas are available to order now (feature key upgrades sold separately). For more details, click here.last_img read more

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Lumberjacks lose late lead, then fall 3-2 to Tri City in an overtime shootout

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Not relevant MIRITY Women Racerback Sports Bra… Bestseller By Dave HartLocalSportsJournal.comMUSKEGON – The Muskegon Lumberjacks seemed well on their way to a win against first-place Tri-City on Friday night.They grabbed a late advantage with 3:59 remaining in regulation on a goal by Anthony Del Gaizo.But Tri-City stormed right back with a goal with 28 seconds left to tie the game, before winning the contest 3-2 in an overtime shootout at L.C Walker Arena in front of 1,658 fans.The two teams will face off in a rematch on Saturday night at 7:15 p.m.The Jacks, who were outscored in the shootout by a 2-0 margin, are now 3-4-1 on the season and in a sixth-place tie in the USHL’s Eastern Conference.Muskegon captain Anthony Del Gaizo controls the puck along the boards. Photo/Jason Goorman“There is just a little funk where we can’t close some of these games out,” said Lumberjacks coach John LaFontaine. “But you know we keep getting better.“We did a lot of good things today and I’d like to focus on them, such as beating them to the puck, back checking well and after two periods we didn’t give up too many shots.”The Lumberjacks outshot Tri-City by a 29-25 margin, but allowed 11 shots in the third period alone. Goalkeeper Adam Brizgala was great in net for Muskegon, stopping 24 of 26 shots on the night.“Another great game,” LaFontaine said about Brizgala. “He has been playing strong.”The first period ended in a scoreless tie with the Lumberjacks outshooting Tri-City 11-8. The Lumberjacks failed on three power play chances while killing two penalties through the first 20 minutes.The game remained scoreless until Muskegon’s Jachym Kondelik found the net at the 10:51 mark to give the Lumberjacks a 1-0 advantage. Matej Pekar and Marc Del Gaizo each had an assist.Monte Graham pounds Tri-City’s No. 19 Brian Hawkinson in a third period fight. Photo/Jason GoormanThe Storm tied the game 1-1 at the 5:44 mark of the third period on a power play goal by Michael Maloney.Muskegon managed to break the tie during the second of back-to-back power plays on a goal from Anthony Del Gaizo with 3:59 remaining in regulation.Del Gaizo’s power play strike was assisted by Clayton Phillips. Tri-City pulled its goalie for an extra attacker, and connected to tie the game 2-2 with 28 seconds left on a goal from Hugo Blixt.The overtime period was scoreless, which led to the decisive shootout.The Storm struck twice in the three-round shootout with goals from Filip Forsmark and Adam Goodsir.Muskegon was denied on both of its chances. 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Confident Dutch set to expose Socceroos, Del Bosque under pressure

first_imgGROUP B Game PreviewAUSTRALIAN – HOLLANDAfter the Netherlands’ demolition of holders Spain in their opening World Cup match, Australia will have to plug the dyke to stop a flood of goals from the Oranje in their second Group E game in Porto Alegre on Wednesday.With the 30-year-old Robben playing like a man on a mission to prove himself one of the stars of the tournament and Van Persie, the same age and also on fire, the Dutch are set to give the Socceroos defence a tough day.“It was an amazing start for our World Cup, and I think we’ve made a lot of people very happy, Van Persie told FIFA media. “Now the focus is on Australia, and I think that will be completely different to the game against Spain.“Australia have a very different style and I think we are going to have to adjust our own game to beat them. It’s an interesting process, having to adjust your game every time.”A victory would leave the three-time World Cup runners-up poised to reach the last 16.Since the humiliation of Spain, there has been much talk of a return to the Total Football of the great Dutch teams of the past, but this is still an uncompromising side and Wednesday’s match could be a crunching encounter.Australia must pick themselves up from a 3-1 defeat by a tough and talented Chile side. Still, Aussie bravura was on show ahead of Wednesday.“We just need to be confident and show we can play football like we did for 70 minutes (against Chile),” striker Matthew Leckie told reporters.“Chile is a world-class team and they couldn’t handle us at times. If we do the things we can do good or great it doesn’t matter what team it is, they’re going to have problems.”Coach Ange Postecoglou must, however, do without defender Ivan Franjic, who was ruled out of the tournament with a torn hamstring. With no other right-side defender to call on, his replacement will be Ryan McGowan, who came on for Franjic in Cuiaba.Australia have never lost against the Netherlands yet. In previous meetings, they have drawn twice and Australia grabbed a 2-1 win in Eindhoven in 2008.SPAIN vs CHILEUnder pressure Spanish coach Vincente del BosqueSpain coach Vicente del Bosque has been bombarded with advice about personnel changes he needs to make before Wednesday’s Chile clash ever since the Netherlands game.It remains to be seen whether the genial 63-year-old will make any adjustments following the holders’ woeful second-half performance in their opening match in Salvador but he certainly has plenty of talent to call on if he decides tweaks are needed.Although the scale of Friday’s thrashing was truly shocking, Del Bosque reacted with much the same calm as when Spain slipped to a 1-0 defeat in their opening game in South Africa four years ago before they went on a six-match winning run that secured their first world title.“We may make two or three changes,” Del Bosque said in an interview with Spanish television broadcaster Cuatro on Monday.“If I make changes we are not pointing the finger at anyone,” he added.“None of the players should be worried, they all have our affection.Captain and goalkeeper Iker Casillas looks certain to keep his place despite an error-riddled performance against the Dutch when he lost some of the sheen that earned him the nickname “San Iker” in his native country.One area where Del Bosque could introduce fresh blood is in central defence, with the versatile Javi Martinez waiting in the wings to replace either Sergio Ramos or Gerard Pique.Martinez could also come in for Xabi Alonso to bolster central midfield, an area Spain normally dominate effortlessly but where they were brutally exposed on Friday.Playmaker Xavi, who at 34 is nearing the end of a glittering career, may make way for young pretender Koke, 22, who had a breakthrough season with Atletico Madrid and whom Xavi himself recently named as his natural successor.Chile forward Esteban Paredes said the South Americans, who began their campaign in Brazil with a laboured 3-1 win against Australia in Cuiaba, had been practising their pressing game before the Spain game in Rio De Janeiro.Chile lost 2-1 to the Spanish in the group stage in South Africa and caused the world and European champions problems in a couple of subsequent friendlies, losing 3-2 in September 2011 and drawing 2-2 last September.“We have played a few matches against Spain,” Paredes said on the Chile team website (www.anfp.cl).“It is going to be a matter of life and death for them and a genuine final for us because a win would practically see us through to the next round,” added the 33-year-old.“We are working intensively on our pressing game. No team pressures their opponents like we do and against Spain it won’t be any different.“We are not thinking about going for a draw. We have the mentality to go out and win.”last_img read more

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